In Bud Now, New Zygo. Jumpin JackCclone

In Bud Now, New Zygo. Jumpin JackCclone

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We love zygopetalums because they are easy to grow and produce wonderfully fragrant, long lasting, flowers. This one has marvelous mahogany petals and a rich blue / purple lip.


These are big beautiful plants and they should be in bloom for the holidays.


Zygo Jumpin Jack is Zygopetalum Skippy Ku x Zygopetalum Artur Elle. The flowers will be pleasingly fragrant. They are in spike now and should flower within a few weeks. Most have multiple spikes and of course we will ship those first.

The orchid's generic name, derived from the Greek word "zygon", means "yoked petal." It refers to the yoke-like growth at the base of the lip caused by the fusion of petals and sepals They occur in humid forests in South America at low- to mid-elevation regions, with most species found in Brazil.


Theses are clones so there should be little variation in the flowers. They have multiple growths and they stand 18 inches high or more measured from the bottom of the 4-inch pot.

Grow this one in bright indirect light, in a temperature range of 55 to 85 degrees. Try not to let it dry out completely, but don't keep it sopping wet. Fertilize twice a month. We include free growing instructions. One of these in bloom at an orchid show would sell for $55 to $60 or more, so be patient, and enjoy the blooms when it flowers.

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